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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Deuteronomy 11:26


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    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 11:26

    Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse;

    World English Bible

    Behold, I set before you this
    day a blessing and a curse:

    Douay-Rheims - Deuteronomy 11:26

    Behold I set forth in your sight this
    day a blessing and a curse:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Behold, I set before you this
    day a blessing and a curse:

    Original Hebrew

    ראה
    7200 אנכי 595 נתן 5414 לפניכם 6440 היום 3117 ברכה 1293 וקללה׃ 7045

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    VERSE (26) -
    De 30:1,15-20 Ga 3:10,13,14

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:26

    ¶ Mira, yo pongo hoy delante de vosotros la bendición y la maldición:

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 11:26

    Verse 26. Behold, I set before you-a
    blessing and a curse] If God had not put it in the power of this people either to obey or disobey; if they had not had a free will, over which they had complete authority, to use it either in the way of willing or nilling; could God, with any propriety, have given such precepts as these, sanctioned with such promises and threatenings? If they were not free agents, they could not be punished for disobedience, nor could they, in any sense of the word, have been rewardable for obedience. A STONE is not rewardable because, in obedience to the laws of gravitation, it always tends to the center; nor is it punishable be cause, in being removed from that center, in its tending or falling towards it again it takes away the life of a man.

    That God has given man a free, self-determining WILL, which cannot be forced by any power but that which is omnipotent, and which God himself never will force, is declared in the most formal manner through the whole of the sacred writings. No argument can affect this, while the Bible is considered as a Divine revelation; no sophistry can explain away its evidence, as long as the accountableness of man for his conduct is admitted, and as long as the eternal bounds of moral good and evil remain, and the essential distinctions between vice and virtue exist. If ye will obey, (for God is ever ready to assist,) ye shall live; if ye will disobey and refuse that help, ye shall die. So hath Jehovah spoken, and man cannot reverse it.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 26. Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse , etc.] Meaning the law of God, and the statutes, judgments, and commandments of it; which, if obeyed, blessings would be bestowed upon them; but if disobeyed, they would be liable to the curses of it, as the following words explain it; (see Deuteronomy 30:15-19) everyone of the Israelites were called upon to see and consider this matter, it being an interesting one to them all.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 26-32 -
    Moses sums up all the arguments for obedience in two words, the blessing and the curse. He charged the people to choose which the would have. Moses then appointed a public and solemn proclamation of the blessing and curse, to be made upon the two mountains of Gerizi and Ebal. We have broken the law, and are under its curse, withou remedy from ourselves. In mercy, the gospel again sets before us blessing and a curse. A blessing, if we obey the call to repentance, to faith in Christ, and newness of heart and life through him; an awfu curse, if we neglect so great salvation. Let us thankfully welcom these glad tidings of great joy; and let us not harden our hearts, but hear this voice of God while it is called to-day, and while he invite us to come to him upon a mercy-seat. Let us be diligent to make ou calling and election sure __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ראה 7200 אנכי 595 נתן 5414 לפניכם 6440 היום 3117 ברכה 1293 וקללה׃ 7045


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